This post is part of my 30-day tarot challenge (created by Ree @ Ephemeral Starlight). To see the rest of my posts for this challenge, please check here.
Do you practice any other forms of divination? If so, what is it, and do you use them alongside the Tarot as to gain more information and insight or as something separate entirely?
Okay, really, I don’t know how I’m going to make a whole blog post about this because the answer is probably No.
I mean, I do follow some astrological advice from an astrologer friend. I pay attention to my natal chart and what it means in regards to my life (especially the yod to Chiron bit). But I don’t delve too deeply into it on any kind of regular basis. I believe wholeheartedly in my Libra-ness, though.
So in that respect, I do let some astrological aspects bleed over into my tarot practice. When I can, I pay attention to astrological symbolism and elemental connections with the cards.
Things like runes, sigils, and I Ching are interesting to me, but I haven’t yet gotten the time or motivation to explore them. I don’t worship any deities or perform any kind of ritual or anything. I think overall I’m pretty neutral for a spiritualist.
Oh! I forgot about dreams.
Although I don’t know how much this counts. I mean, sometimes I have a dream that I know means something, and something I have a dream that just embeds itself in my mind and won’t let go. In those cases, I either interpret the dream intuitively, or use tarot to help shed light on the dream’s meaning. Dreams are actually some of my most powerful divination tools, but it’s not like I can *make* them happen. I take them as they come.